The last thing you want to think about when you're following your dreams is the accounting, taxes, and financial "stuff" in your business. I get it. That's why I help creative entrepreneurs set up a system for the money in your biz so you can get back to focusing on the stuff you love.
Former real estate broker turned international tax consultant turned entrepreneur, I'm on a mission to help creative entrepreneurs feel better about the money in their businesses.
I'm a nut for Excel, a lover of all things numbers and a firm believer that creatives can conquer the money in their businesses to feel more confident, more in control and achieve ultimate success.
I secretly think I'm cool because I've met Prince William and kissed Zac Efron and I have a s’more for dessert every night. My other guilty pleasure is cookies, but I don't ever really feel that guilty about it.
Hey there! I'm Meg, an entrepreneur, risk taker, writer and dreamer. I'm passionate about empowering women, a believer in constant reinvention and I never take myself too seriously.
I left my corporate 9-5 after feeling undervalued and uninspired, in a search for more meaningful work and to have a greater impact. I am now building two businesses that I love and teaching and mentoring women to leave their 9-5s, take their own leaps of faith, and build financially fit businesses.
If you're passionate about what you do but hate the money stuff, you're my kind of girl.
I'm a (former) CPA and obsessed with all things numbers and spreadsheets. I help creative and online entrepreneurs take control of the money in their business through less stressful budgeting you will actually stick to, accounting systems that don’t make you want to scream and understanding what the numbers actually mean.
On my down time, I'm usually scribbling big ideas frantically in my Moleskines and dipping my toes in the sand. My life goals are to never live a day without adventure, kiss my husband early and often, and keep the ratio of rescue dogs to children in my house to 2 to 0 (a goal I am failing at with the birth of my son, Jack).